Gay Marriage Debate - Indianapolis, IN

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lcwtex

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#1204 Mar 30, 2013
Inconvenient Truth wrote:
<quoted text>Dude if you like getting pumped in the azz that's fine, but don't expect people to agree that you rump rangers should have the rght to get married. You made your choice to suck dongs, so live with it. BTW don't reply because hell will be unleashed on you. Well being slamed in the rear must be hell and to think you love it. Freaking sick that you suck the boy toys dong after he has plugged your fat azz!
This sounds like a pissed
off high school kid.

“Reality is better than truth.”

Since: Nov 09

Indianapolis

#1205 Mar 30, 2013
SSM has nothing to do with transgenderism. GRS is still the recommended treatment for many cases of transsexualism.
Brian_G wrote:
Same sex marriage means more wasteful government spending:
In shift, Medicare would pay for sex-change operations
March 29, 2013
For the first time since 1981, when it dubbed sex-change operations "experimental," Medicare has opened the door to covering transexual operations, adding to the growing list of operations that would be allowed under Obamacare.
Acting on a new request, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services said it is starting a new analysis that could lift the spending ban for sex-change operations with a goal of making a decision two days after Christmas and on the eve of Obamacare kicking in Jan. 1.
A 30-day public comment period just opened on the proposed "National Coverage Determination."
"Surgical Treatment for Gender Identity Disorder, formerly referred to as transsexual surgery in 140.3, is currently noncovered under the Medicare Part A and Part B programs. The existing policy, which became effective in 1981, states that transsexual surgery is considered experimental," said the notice just posted on the CMS.gov site....
http://washingtonexaminer.com/in-shift-medica...

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Since: Dec 08

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#1207 Mar 30, 2013
Transexuals and homosexuals both understand the importance of gender. Same sex marriage would bring new standards to marriage, making gender irrelevant within that institution for the first time in history.

Gender segregated marriage would harm both homosexuals and the transgendered.

“Reality is better than truth.”

Since: Nov 09

Indianapolis

#1208 Mar 30, 2013
We're really fu**in' touched by your concern and all, but we're willling to risk it.
Brian_G wrote:
Transexuals and homosexuals both understand the importance of gender. Same sex marriage would bring new standards to marriage, making gender irrelevant within that institution for the first time in history.
Gender segregated marriage would harm both homosexuals and the transgendered.
John Eberly

Cincinnati, OH

#1209 Mar 30, 2013
Pervs and queers are demanding substantial public support for their proclivities via a marriage license.

Queer-perv proclivities include:

elective abortion
sodomy
disease proliferation
pornography
child sodomy

Ubelievably, pervs have convinced a lot of people that all of the homosexual child sodomy in the news is merely pedophilia, and not a perv proclivity.

Stupid women are easily fooled by pervs, even in the fashion industry. Queer-perv managers in the fashion industry cultivate skinny female models because they look more like young men, the object of lust for many male queers.

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Since: Dec 08

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#1210 Mar 30, 2013
cpeter1313 wrote:
We're really fu**in' touched by your concern and all, but we're willling to risk it.
^^^I think there's a reason same sex marriage supporters like to use profanity. I'd like to suggest, that's the same reason we don't let them write our marriage laws.

“Reality is better than truth.”

Since: Nov 09

Indianapolis

#1211 Mar 30, 2013
Many people use profanity when confronted by a supercilious idiot pretending to care about our delicate sensibilities, you bloody hypocrite.
Brian_G wrote:
<quoted text>^^^I think there's a reason same sex marriage supporters like to use profanity. I'd like to suggest, that's the same reason we don't let them write our marriage laws.

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#1212 Mar 31, 2013
They make excuses for uncultured behavior because they don't respect culture. That's another reason not to allow them to rewrite marriage laws.

“Reality is better than truth.”

Since: Nov 09

Indianapolis

#1213 Mar 31, 2013
Uncultured? What does a redneck moron know about culture? Shakespeare, chaucer, shaw, hellman, etc--all used language that was considered "inappropriate." Do you really think that those who DO make laws are "cultured", in your quaint, illiterate way?
Brian_G wrote:
They make excuses for uncultured behavior because they don't respect culture. That's another reason not to allow them to rewrite marriage laws.
John Eberly

Cincinnati, OH

#1214 Mar 31, 2013
cpeter1313 wrote:
Uncultured? What does a redneck moron know about culture? Shakespeare, chaucer, shaw, hellman, etc--all used language that was considered "inappropriate." Do you really think that those who DO make laws are "cultured", in your quaint, illiterate way?
<quoted text>
Perverts certainly don't respect the constitution.

They have twisted it into legalizing abortion, sodomy, and pornography as federally protected civil rights.

Their efforts took a lot of creativity on the part of shyster lawyers and judges. Story telling is more than just a Hollywood specialty.

Many mavens of Diversity are hatched in Hollywood and the lawyering profession.

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Since: Dec 08

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#1215 Mar 31, 2013
cpeter1313 wrote:
Uncultured? What does a redneck moron know about culture? Shakespeare, chaucer, shaw, hellman, etc--all used language that was considered "inappropriate." Do you really think that those who DO make laws are "cultured", in your quaint, illiterate way?
I didn't say it was "inappropriate", I said many same sex marriage supporters use profanity. I'm not out to ban any speech, I'm just making an observation about a form of speech and the people who use that form.

We don't let same sex marriage supporters rewrite our marriage laws for the same reason they like to use profanity.

“Reality is better than truth.”

Since: Nov 09

Indianapolis

#1216 Mar 31, 2013
Guess the founders were perverts, since abortion was legal in every state after the constitution was written. I doubt you've even read the constitution; you certainly haven't read any SCOTUS decisions on the matters you object to.
John Eberly wrote:
<quoted text>
Perverts certainly don't respect the constitution.
They have twisted it into legalizing abortion, sodomy, and pornography as federally protected civil rights.
Their efforts took a lot of creativity on the part of shyster lawyers and judges. Story telling is more than just a Hollywood specialty.
Many mavens of Diversity are hatched in Hollywood and the lawyering profession.

“Reality is better than truth.”

Since: Nov 09

Indianapolis

#1217 Mar 31, 2013
Profanity is subjective and just as valid as any other form of expression. Your opinion of it is no more important than your opinion on who should write laws. Do you really think politicians don't swear?
Brian_G wrote:
<quoted text>I didn't say it was "inappropriate", I said many same sex marriage supporters use profanity. I'm not out to ban any speech, I'm just making an observation about a form of speech and the people who use that form.
We don't let same sex marriage supporters rewrite our marriage laws for the same reason they like to use profanity.
John Eberly

Cincinnati, OH

#1218 Mar 31, 2013
cpeter1313 wrote:
Guess the founders were perverts, since abortion was legal in every state after the constitution was written. I doubt you've even read the constitution; you certainly haven't read any SCOTUS decisions on the matters you object to.
<quoted text>
First off, the constitution empowers the states and local governments, not the federal government in regards to lawmaking. The only federal law making powers are the very few that are enumerated in the text. Federal abortion law is illegal, as in unconstitional, because it is not enumerated as a federal power. This fact is obvious, even to people like you.

Second, show your evidence that every state legalized elective abortion at the time of the constitutional ratification. You can't just fabricate stuff because your hollywood mind creates it. Show your evidence or shut your sodomy hole from whence you speak.

“Reality is better than truth.”

Since: Nov 09

Indianapolis

#1219 Mar 31, 2013
There is no federal abortion law. There is a SCOTUS decision that derived from a state case that reached them through the appellate process. Since every state abortion law mimicked the one that was overturned on constitutional grounds, however, it applied equally to all such laws.

The new states didn't legalize abortion; it was never illegal at that point.

BTW--fu** you.
John Eberly wrote:
<quoted text>
First off, the constitution empowers the states and local governments, not the federal government in regards to lawmaking. The only federal law making powers are the very few that are enumerated in the text. Federal abortion law is illegal, as in unconstitional, because it is not enumerated as a federal power. This fact is obvious, even to people like you.
Second, show your evidence that every state legalized elective abortion at the time of the constitutional ratification. You can't just fabricate stuff because your hollywood mind creates it. Show your evidence or shut your sodomy hole from whence you speak.
John Eberly

Cincinnati, OH

#1220 Mar 31, 2013
cpeter1313 wrote:
Guess the founders were perverts, since abortion was legal in every state after the constitution was written. I doubt you've even read the constitution; you certainly haven't read any SCOTUS decisions on the matters you object to.
<quoted text>
The law of the land is the US constitution, not the lying lawyers that interpret the constitution.

I realize queers and other Diversity victim cult slugs are the organized majority of voters, and they elect like-minded liars in congress that appoint judges who lie too.

A liar is still a liar, and a lawyer is a professional liar, especially an American lawyer.

It is no coincidence that the American lawyering profession is riddled with lying Diversity freaks.

A lawyer in a high public law making position is a fox guarding a henhouse, an inherent conflict of interest.

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Since: Dec 08

Location hidden

#1221 Mar 31, 2013
cpeter1313 wrote:
...BTW--fu** you.
^^^Doesn't this look like a type of cyberbullying?
John Eberly

Cincinnati, OH

#1222 Mar 31, 2013
cpeter1313 wrote:
There is no federal abortion law. There is a SCOTUS decision that derived from a state case that reached them through the appellate process. Since every state abortion law mimicked the one that was overturned on constitutional grounds, however, it applied equally to all such laws.
The new states didn't legalize abortion; it was never illegal at that point.
BTW--fu** you.
<quoted text>
Judicial law is law, jackass.

Judicial law is also referred to as common law.

Roe versus Wade exists, jackass.

There are a myriad number of federal laws supporting elective abortion, all based on the federal judicial law that legalized abortion nationwide.

The federal judicial law made by Roe versus Wade decision overturned all state laws restricting eldctive abortion.

Beside these facts, queers are notorious and strident advocates of elective abortion on demand. You can't and haven't denied that fact, because the evidence is overwhelming, jackass.

Since: Dec 06

Indianapolis

#1223 Mar 31, 2013
Debating gay marriage on Easter just does not seem right. Of course gay marriage is not right to start with.
John Eberly

Cincinnati, OH

#1224 Mar 31, 2013
cpeter1313 wrote:
There is no federal abortion law. There is a SCOTUS decision that derived from a state case that reached them through the appellate process. Since every state abortion law mimicked the one that was overturned on constitutional grounds, however, it applied equally to all such laws.
The new states didn't legalize abortion; it was never illegal at that point.
BTW--fu** you.
<quoted text>
Here's the latest federal law supporting abortion on demand...

Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act

This is a federal law supporting elective abortion, a kind of law you claim doesn't exist, jackass.

http://reproductiverights.org/en/press-room/o... -

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